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Kings and Capitals to meet (indoors) in snowy Washington
Kings and Capitals to meet (indoors) in snowy Washington

WASHINGTON — Greetings from the nation’s capital, where winter seems to be firmly entrenched even though spring officially began last week. It’s snowing here, and accumulations of two to four inches are expected to build until the snow tapers off Tuesday evening. The snow isn’t sticking on roads and streets but it is slowing traffic locally. The Kings arrived early Tuesday morning from Philadelphia, boarding a train after their 3-2 victory over the Flyers. Because of their arrival in the wee hours, they canceled their morning skate. That means no advance word on whether Jonathan Quick will start in goal again or if Martin Jones will get the start. As Coach...

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